Agnes Falk-Annett

Agnes Falk-Annett

Monday, February 28th, 1921 - Friday, March 27th, 2020
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Born in Mossbank, Saskatchewan on February 28, 1921, Agnes Kathleen Faith Falk-Annett was the 17th child of Henry Hutchinson and his wife, Ellen Hutchinson (nee Scarrow).
She is predeceased by her parents and all of her 18 siblings, as well as her 1st husband, Norman Daniel Falk of 47 years and her 2nd husband, William Annett of 11 years; also her son-in-law, David Armstrong (Karen), her step son, David Annett and his wife, Darlene, and her step daughter, Arlene Simpson (nee Annett). Four children survive her, Karen Armstrong (nee Falk), David Falk (Dawn), Ken Annett (Wanda) and Barry Simpson, as well as 11 grandchildren and 20 great grandchildren. She is known for her strong faith in living for Jesus. This was manifest through her life as a pastor’s wife for both husbands, and her sharing of faith life with the residents in the home where she lived for the last 9 years as a widow. She lived in small communities throughout central and northern Alberta, as well as on Vancouver Island, during her married years. She loved taking care of her home and her family. She can proudly claim that all her children love and follow the Lord, as well as cherish their families as she did. Art and sewing were passions of hers with a number of these items distributed throughout the households of her children. After a month of decline and being bedridden, she quietly slipped away the evening of March 27, 2020 in AgeCare Home, Calgary. She had just finished celebrating her 99th birthday 3 weeks before. A Memorial Service for Agnes will take place at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Nazarene Theological Seminary Student Scholarship for Rev. Norman & Mrs. Agnes Falk “Faithful & True” (Church of the Nazarene Canada: Attention Erick White, 3657 Pony Trail Dr. Mississauga, ON L4X 1W5); Canadian Bible Society (; or The Gideons (

Phil 4: 6-7
Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.
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    Olds Cemetery
    Hwy 2A
    OLDS, AB
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Sara Falk

Posted at 10:10pm
Grandma Great will always remain in our hearts and we are privileged to have been blessed by knowing her. What a cherished memory we will carry with us of our family's visits during her last years. The boys, Lincoln and Owen, always loved giving her hugs and kisses. Owen remembers eating the cookies that she always had in her room and Lincoln remembers pushing her in her wheel chair (with glee!) down the hallway to her meals. While I was away for work, Sara greatly appreciated Grandma's care and prayer along our journey. I will remember sitting next to her on her bed and holding her hand and just being together.
Grandma Great always had an amazing smile and heart of love.
You are loved Grandma Great and will continue to be cherished by all.
Thank you for the blessing of knowing you.
Josh, Sara, Lincoln & Owen Falk

Pattie Boyes

Posted at 03:50pm
How neat to remember this dear servant of our Father. I first met her when Russell pastored the Lougheed Church (now Sedgewick). It has been good to be friends with Dave and Dawn over the years since CNC days. Blessings on each family member now.
Russ and Pattie Boyes

Rob and Lynn Robinson

Posted at 03:24pm
Our deepest sympathies and love for your family at this time.
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Darrell Eliason

Posted at 12:50pm
I feel honoured to have been given some part in your mother's care in recent years. Reading the obituary page, I say yes and Amen as I read the story of her life, a life focussed on faith and family and following Jesus.
Often I saw her in her tastefully decorated room, full of nice things but especially family things, her Bible always near as she enjoyed some rest in her comfortable chair. I am confident that her prayers spoken there in Jesus' name will go on to sustain the faith lives of many even in the next generations.
Blessings on you David, Dawn, Karen, and your family, especially at this time.

Laura Falk Sailsbery

Posted at 12:42pm
Thank you, David. I haven't been on my computer for several days so did not receive your message. My condolences. She was a wonderful person. I cherish the times we were with her and Uncle Norman way back in 1992 and then she and I roomed together at the 1998 reunion. She was so pleasant and loving.
Laura Falk Sailsbery

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